Guidelines on the X-radiography of archaeological metalwork
These guidelines provide recommendations on the minimum requirements for X-raying metal finds from archaeological projects, expanding the advice for best practice outlined in MAP2. They are aimed at those who commission, manage or monitor projects that include metal.
- Why X-radiography is necessary
- When to X-ray
- What to X-ray
- What X-radiography can show
- How to make informative X-radiographs
- How to view the X-radiographs
- How much should it cost?
- Where to get help
- Series: Guidance
- Publication Status: Completed
- Product Code: 51163
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Historic England technical guidance on archaeological conservation.